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Dr Francesco VeriResearch Associate

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Francesco Veri is a Research Associate at the Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance at the University of Canberra. He is currently working on the Australian Research Council's (ARC) project " A Meta-Study of Democratic Deliberation: Advancing Theory and Practice” led by Simon Niemeyer, Nicole Curato and John Dryzek.

Before moving to Australia, Francesco completed his MA in contemporary history at the university of Fribourg and his PhD dissertation on the extension of citizenship rights in the context of direct democracy at the University of Lucerne.

Francesco is specialized in the field of configurational comparative methods with an emphasis on fuzzy logic applied to social sciences. His methodological research focuses on concept operationalization and strengthening the quality of parameters of fit in set theoretic methods. Francesco is also member of the Lucerne Cluster for Configurational Methods (LUCCS) which regroup scholars who make major contributions to social science methodology at the crossroads between quantitative and qualitative research.

Publications

Peer-reviewed publications

  1. Veri, Francesco. 2019. “Explaining the extension of political rights to foreigners in the context of direct democracy: a fuzzy set QCA of Swiss cantonal referendums”. Politics and Governance. 17(2): In press.

  2. Veri, Francesco. 2019. “Aggregation bias and ambivalent cases: a new parameter of consistency in fsQCA”. Comparative Sociology. 18(2): 229-255.

  3. Veri, Francesco. 2018. “Coverage in fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis (fsQCA): a new fuzzy proposition for describing empirical relevance.” Comparative Sociology 17(2): 133-158.
  4. Veri, Francesco. 2017. “Fuzzy multiple attribute conditions in fsQCA: problems and solutions.” Sociological Methods & Research. Online first.
  5. Veri, Francesco. 2016. “Minimalist citizenship and national identity in the Australian republican movement.” Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism 16(1): 3-19.

Selected conference papers

  1. Veri, Francesco. Aggregation bias and ambivalent cases: a new parameter of consistency to understand set-theoretic sufficiency in fsQCA. Paper presented at the SISP annual conference, University of Turin, Turin, Italy (6-8/9/2018).
  2. Veri, Francesco. Dealing with descriptive heterogeneity in fuzzy-set Qualitative Comparative Analysis. Paper to be presented at the ECPR annual general conference. University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany (22-25/8/2018).
  3. Veri, Francesco. Explaining foreigners’ political rights extension in the context of direct democracy: a fuzzy-set Qualitative Comparative Analysis (fsQCA) of Swiss Cantonal Popular Votes. Paper presented at the SPSA annual conference. University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland (5-6/2/2018).
  4. Veri, Francesco. A New Fuzzy proposition for describing empirical relevance in QCA. Paper presented at the 5th International QCA Expert Workshop 2017. ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland (13-14/12/2017).
  5. Veri, Francesco. The extension of citizenship rights in the context of direct democracy: a fuzzy set QCA of European Union related referendums. Paper presented at the APSA annual conference. Monash University, Melbourne, Australia (25-27/9/2017).
  6. Veri, Francesco. Redesigning conceptual aggregation in set theoretic methods: fuzzy multiple attribute conditions in fsQCA. Paper presented at the ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshop 2017. University of Nottingham, Nottingham, England (25-30/4/2017).
  7. Veri, Francesco. Explaining resistance to minority rights in the context of direct democracy: a fuzzy set QCA of referendums. Paper presented at the NZPSA annual conference. Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand (2/12/2015).
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